Nissan showcases the entire Indian line-up at the Auto Expo 2014. The line-up also consisted of the new Nissan Sunny facelift.
The carmaker also brought the updated Evalia MPV, which now comes with several new features to make it more appealing to the prospective buyers.
Other than showcasing all the Indian models, the Nissan Friend Me concept also made its first appearance in India at the country’s premier motor show alongside the mighty GT-R GT500 race car which competes in Japan’s prestigious Super GT Championship.
In addition to the vehicles, the show also sees Nissan introduce the ‘Nissan GT Academy’ to India. GT academy gives gamers a once in a lifetime opportunity to become real-world racing drivers by competing on racing simulators.
Nissan also continues to raise awareness of road safety in India at the show through the Nissan Safety Driving Forum (NSDF) open air display. Here visitors can experience the benefits of important safety technologies like seat belts, airbags and Anti-locking Braking System through specially designed simulators.